Misha Rosenker 04.22.18
Misha Rosenker is principal second violin of the Des Moines Symphony and enjoys a diverse career as a solo performer, chamber musician, orchestral player, and teacher. Hailed by the Des Moines Register for his “virtuosic surety and musical integrity,” the Boston Musical Intelligencer praised his “warm, nuanced sound” while the Baltimore Sun noted a performance of “terrific music-making – technically refined, emotionally charged.” Mr. Rosenker has appeared as soloist with the Des Moines Symphony, Spokane Symphony, Mankato Symphony, and the Chicago Chamber Orchestra, performed at music festivals including Brevard, Cape Cod, Carmel Bach, and Sun Valley, and collaborated with members of the Borodin, Brentano, and Tokyo String Quartets. His passion for teaching has led to prior faculty appointments including the University of Georgia, Drake University, and the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University where he replaced Martin Beaver. Mr. Rosenker studied with Josef Gingold and Sidney Harth and earned degrees from Yale and Indiana University. Equally important were the mentoring and extensive coaching received from Ruggiero Ricci, Franco Gulli, Paul Biss, Glenn Dicterow, and Menahem Pressler.
Our yearly activities include student recitals, the CMTANC Youth Music competition, and Champion Honors Recital. Throughout the year, CMTANC also sponsors various music activities such as workshops, seminars and master classes for our members, students, parents and the community. The monthly newsletter is available and is mailed to our members regularly.
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